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Article 32 – Legal Topic – Grants of Representation

By: Jonathan A. Stevenson This lesson provides information on: Grants of Probate Grants of Letters of Administration Grants of Letters of Administration with Will Annexed LEGAL TOPIC: GRANTS OF REPRESENTATION INTRODUCTION The death of a person is undoubtedly an event that is tragic and often turns the worlds of those close to them upside down. Aside from the emotional challenges presented by such a tragedy, the family of the Deceased faces the question of what would happen to the estate of the Deceased, particularly how it is to be distributed.   In our seventh article, we explored the requirements for the creation of a Will, the instrument by which...

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Attorney MARTIN GEORGE calls for the resignations/revocations from persons who are no longer members of the THA

Attorney MARTIN GEORGE calls for the resignations from Office or the revocations of the appointments of the persons who are no longer Members of the Tobago House of Assembly but whom, by virtue of s.36 of the THA Act are legally entitled to continue in Office. Mr. George argues that notwithstanding the strict Legal position, that from a moral, ethical and common-sense position, these persons should no longer continue to hold those Secretary and Assistant Secretary positions or portfolios and they should do the honourable thing and resign, otherwise Mr. George has indicated that his next step would be to...

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Martin George’s Legal Opinion – The Chief Secretary, Deputy Chief Secretary and other Secretaries

Martin George's Legal Opinion -: The Chief Secretary, Deputy Chief Secretary and other Secretaries remain in Office until new ones are sworn in. This of course is limited to those who won their seats. Those who lost their seats are no longer Members of the Assembly and therefore can't retain their posts as Secretaries. https://youtu.be/v0dw2jokfc0 ...

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